After a challenging primary and lessons learned, Fulton County is taking measures to make sure mistakes aren’t repeated.
Flaunting a more redeeming nickname — "The City Too Busy to Hate" — one might expect more from Atlanta in terms of class parity, as recent news reports have underscored a trend of seemingly targeted ...
Gone are the days of Broadway musicals, concerts, lectures and commencement ceremonies at the historic auditorium. But public officials in Atlanta say the mammoth isn’t down for the count, but rather hibernating, awaiting its potential ...
Easy access to court records shouldn't be limited to the tassel-shoe-clad, says congressman.
Voters can track their status online to confirm their ballot was received.
The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) earlier this month debuted a new data analytics tool that could help local leaders track and respond to the eviction crisis spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The much-anticipated Quarry Yards mixed-use development slated for Atlanta’s Westside appears to be kaput, complicating already intense concerns about the future of affordable living in the area.
Hundreds of new homes priced as affordable are headed for Atlanta's Westside by way of a couple new projects supported by Invest Atlanta, the city's economic development arm.
A new regional initiative launched Wednesday morning endeavors to stunt the seemingly inevitable onslaught of evictions spurred by the economic side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Atlanta’s housing authority will have to foot the bill for a years-long legal battle with developer Integral Group and its business partners with non-federal cash, despite the public agency’s efforts to get permission to use ...
Transit, 287(g) and sentencing alternatives.
Cobb County officials are using grant money to help homeowners stay home amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
Residential developers hoping to build in Decatur will now be required to earmark a chunk of new units for affordable housing.
Atlanta’s new affordable housing proposal envisions borrowing up to $100 million to establish “nearly 3,500” affordable residences. Terms calls for annual payments of about $2.5 million for up to 40 years, to be funded with ...